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making news early today in america. in hawaii, a store security camera captured another example of the strength of last week's tsunami. powerful waves crashed through the glass windows of a clothing store. the shop owner had only been open for six months. fortunately she has insurance that will help cover the damage. >>> in ohio, cascading rocks made driving conditions very dangerous along one road in the eastern part of the state. this was the third rockslide in a week, forcing officials to shutdown traffic in both directions. cleanup crews have a big job ahead of them, but are being kept away until the hillside is stable. >>> finally, in florida, it may have been the luck of the irish or a large appetite that earned one man the fastest eater title at the annual corn beef sandwich eating contest. a crowd of 200 watched as competitors chowed down in ten minutes. the winner, zoe chestnut, you know him, right? downed 14 1/2 sandwiches taking home ads 12,500 check. somehow hot dogs is more appetizing than corn beef sandwiches. i don't know how that's possible. >>> now for a look at
,000. and now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in california, a rescue team was called in. the team was set many motion after a driver attempted to cross a creek bed and became stuck. the first day of spring hit california with heavy, pounding rain and strong winds. the car's occupants were all rescued without injury. in arkansas train derailment had led to the death of a motorist. the driver was waiting at a track crossing when one of five derailed cars landed on top of the vehicle crushing it. investigators worked throughout the night to determine what caused the derailment and to remove the railcar from the scenes. finally, in new york, dozens of men have more than a little off the top at the annual st. baldrick's charity event. they had buzz cuts and became clean-shaved to raise money for children's cancer. it was a success raising more than $30,000, and it also gave the men a chance to show solidarity for children who lost their hair during chemotherapy. >>> well, now a look at your national and regional weather, here is bill karins with the weather chan
" in america. about california, and he is are could you team was called in to save four people from a submerged car. the rescue was set if motion after the driver attempted to cross a creek bed and became stuck. the first kay of spring hit southern california with heavy pounding rain and high winds. the car's occupants were all rescued without injury. >>> in arkansas, a train derailment has led to the death of a motorist. the driver was waiting at a track crossing when one of the five derailed cars landed on top of the vehicle crushing it. investigators worked throughout the might to determine what caused the derailment. >>> and finally, in new york dozens of men took a little more than off the top at the top of the annual event. the group ordered up buzz cuts and clean shaves to raise money for children battling cancer. the event was a success raising more than $30,000. but its also gave the men a chance to show solidarity with children who lose their hair during chemotherapy. great event there. >>> well, now a look at your national and reenlgle gional we here is bill karins with the ret chann
america amid criticism of his leadership of the attack on libya. the president says he has, quote, absolutely no doubt that a successful transition of power to coalition powers will take place in a matter of days. critics call that optimistic. tracie potts joins us from washington with the latest on this. tracie, good morning to you. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. the president is due back later this afternoon to deal with all this. while in el salvador he made the decision to get involved because the cost outweighed the benefits. not everyone here on capitol hill agrees. in fact, some lawmakers who both support and are against this action say he should have consulted congress first. he may have overstepped his constitutional authority by doing so. one lawmaker, dennis kucinich of ohio, is calling it possible an impeachable offense and is seeking a resolution to stop all action immediately in libya on behalf of the united states. even supporters say he's got to come back and seek an authorization of force from congress. how long might we be involved? secretary of state clinton s
saying that the use of force should be ruled out. >> reporter: the lesson so far is that america and our allies have used violence to save many libyan lives, but have failed to remove moammar gadhafi from power. i'm steve handelsman, nbc news, washington. >>> almost a year after the start of the gulf coast oil disaster, the justice department is considering man slaughter charges in the deaths of 11 workers killed when the deepwater horizon rig exploded. any such charges would be against transocean or bp. a bp employee has lost a laptop the containing the personal data of 13,000 people who filed claims because of the disaster. bp has mailed letters notifying them of the potential breach. >>> the u.s. government says it is sending robotic devices to japan to help the nation with its nuclear spill. they could work in areas where radiation levels could harm or kill humans. meanwhile, the japanese government is now admitting what many assumed, that its safeguards against a earthquake and tsunami were inefficient. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in ne
. that may include tapping america's strategic oil reserve to help bring down prices. >> we're looking at the options. the issue of the reserves is one we're considering. it is something that only is done and has been done on very rare occasions. >> reporter: pump prices are topping $4 in some areas. we've all seen the cause. the unrest and upheaval rippling through libya and the middle east. we're all feeling the effects. that steady surge at the pump. it's threatening to increase the cost of everything, from food to air travel. and that's bad news for the economy. the last time prices spiked like this, the answer seemed simple. >> drill, baby, drill. >> reporter: but even drilling proponents realize energy is a long term problem. >> i'm buying an electric car tomorrow and that's going to give me the patriotic pleasure of plugging in and not sending money overseas to people trying to blow us up. >> reporter: rising prices and anxiety that go far beyond the pumps. brian mooar, nbc news, washington. >>> in libya, a tug of war is under way over several towns in a battle between oppositio
will affect wall street. oil does a u turn and new leaked documents on bank of america. your early morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, aliens invade the box office and capture the title of this weekend's top film. >>> also a first for dwight howard, the bucks hit a new low, plus grab a pen. march madness is here. you're watching "early today." >> good morning, and welcome back to "early today." here are some of your top headlines this morning. yesterday moammar gadhafi's forces took over a key rebel oil town and vowed to press eastward toward the main opposition city of benghazi. this as hillary clinton is due to meet in paris today with rebel leaders pressing for a no fly zone over the country. >>> the white house is condemning violence in yemen and bahrain this morning urging governments in both countries to show restraint. yesterday in yemen, police fired tear gas and live rounds at anti-government protesters, wounding at least 100. >>> in bahrain, police clash with thousands demanding the kingdom's monarchy give up power. >>> and new zealand's prime minister has re
. meanwhile, president obama has cut short his tour of latin america amid criticism of his leadership of the attack on libya. the president says he has, quote, absolutely no doubt that a success vl transfer of power to coalition powers will take place in a matter of days. tracie potts joins us from washington with the latest on this. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. that's been the big question. when do we get out of all this and some question why did we get into it in the first place. in that news conference from el savlador, president obama said that he made this decision after realizing that the cost outweighed the benefits. some here on capitol hill disagree with that and are criticizing him for overstepping his congressional authority and not seeking congressional support first. even some supporters say they hope he'll come back and seek an authorization of force. representative dennis kucinich is pushing for an action to stop all action in libya, even so far as saying this may be an impeachable defense. as far as how soon this will all be over, secretary of state hillary clinton
at other stories making news early today in america. in florida, a mother took matters into her own hands when she slapped a child for allegedly hitting her daughter. she said she was defending her child when she boarded the bus to confront the boy. police did not agree with her method of mediation. she's been arrested and charged with child abuse. >>> in kentucky, one infant is lucky to be alive after an suv accidentally crashed into her home knocking the sleeping baby and her crib through a wall. the crash horrified her parents. after she discovered only a pile of wood and drywall where the baby's bed was. she was pulled from the debris wrapped in a blanket miraculously with only a scratch. >>> in connecticut, heavy rain and melting snow combined to cause major flooding in the western part of the state. rising waters turned streets into raging rivers that swallowed up cars and forced evacuations in some areas. emergency crews are on standby for additional flooding. >>> and, finally, this is really cool. this is in california. one recently popular animated film was recreated without any
being defeated. back to you. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in tennessee, it was a one-two punch of mother nature's worst. a severe storm system caused flash flooding and destruction of homes. in one area, officials believe tornados ripped through, but the national weather service has not been able to confirm. in north carolina, an explosion of glass and metal was caught on a tape when a bus crashed into a boutique. the driver crossed through oncoming traffic and drove through sh rubbery. the driver has no memory of the accident. in florida, heavy winds and dry conditions are fueling a fast-moving wildfire. the blaze has forced officials to shut down and a road and is now threatening nearby communities. >>> finally, in iowa, a stretch of highway offered a spectacular show of wildlife. dozens of bald eagles could be seen perched on a tree and then tree after tree. some motorists pulled over to snap photos while others marvelled at the rare sighting that made a few of them come too a streeching halt. >>> now for a look at your national and regi
. >>> now here's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. in north dakota a fast-moving blizzard left hundreds of drivers stranded along the state's highways. officials say between 800 and 900 people were rescued from hundreds of cars after ice, snow, and 60-mile-per-hour winds combined to produce white-out conditions. tow trucks and the national guard were enlisted to help remove at least 500 abandoned cars. >>> in wisconsin a couple of drivers found out that they parked in the wrong spot after a massive sinkhole swallowed two cars. the 10 foot deep hole was caused by a water main break. city crews are now working to keep the hole from widening. >>> and, finally, in pennsylvania one group of teens is using faes book to help avoid prom dress disaster. the girls are posting photos of their prom dresses on a page called "please don't buy my dress." dozens have posted pictures of their elegant gowns hoping to insure that no two dresses are alike on the biggest night of their young lives. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here's nbc meter olg b
disaster ever. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in pennsylvania, a severe storm system delivered a one-two punch of wild weather in several locations. look at that golf ball sized hail hummeled various areas while a tornado touched down in the western part of the state, tearing the roofs off several homes and businesses. officials say no serious injuries have been reported. >>> in california, the best place to be was inside. spring showers packed quite a punch up north. hail mixed with heavy rainfall making the ground look as if it was blanketed with snow. sacramento residents fared better than those in neighboring areas where a tornado was spotted. >>> to minnesota, wind gusts up to 50 miles per hour produced great surfing conditions on lake superior. can you imagine? with temperatures in the 20s, two surfers were spotted taking full advantage of the first and maybe only day of the midwest surfing season. the waves reached 6 to 8 feet. look at him. looks like the experience was kind ooh a perfect ten there, wasn't it? what's the deal with this wl
stories making news early today in america. in colorado, two men trying to rob a convenience store got a big surprise. security video shows one man pointing a gun to a customer's head. but when he goes to the counter, the 24-year-old clerk lungs for the gun and wrestles him to the floor. the clerk then escorts both suspects out of the door with what turns out to be a pellet gun. the two suspects have yet to be caught. >>> in texas, one person was killed when a pickup truck and a tanker truck collided on a hay in ft. worth. police say the pickup truck driver was going to wrong way on interstate 30 when colliding with the tanker, killing its driver. the driver of the pickup was severely injured. >>> in florida, a tragedy occurred at an air show when a plane fell from the sky and burst into flames, killing its 58-year-old pilot. federal investigators are looking into the cause of the crash. >>> and in michigan, one school had the day off. but it wasn't because of snow. but drivers arrived early monday morning to find a fleet of flat tires. so far, there is no word on who let the air out o
at other stories making news early today in america. in tennessee, a robbery attempt ended up looking more like a shoot-out at the o.k. corral. the store owner wrestled with the suspects before pulling his own gun and firing close to ten shots. the suspect returned fire, but quickly retreated. this was the fourth robbery attempt the store owner has faced. police are still searching for the two suspects. >>> in california, a 40-foot section of highway gave away, creating a huge headache for drivers in the area. officials believe pieces of roadway have been breaking off most of the day before the majority of it fell into the pacific ocean. a lengthy repair job is expected to keep that section of highway 1 closed for several days. >>> to south carolina, one nonprofit organization is head to the front lines of japan's water crisis. in the wake of the earthquake and tsunami disaster, approximately 1.5 million people are without power. the charleston based group is responding to the country's needs by sending personnel and 10 to 14 water purification systems. >>> now for a look at your national
news early today in america. in ohio, so much for march. going out like a lamb. a spring storm pushing across the midwest made it messy getting around areas northeast of cleveland that were blanketed in all that snow yesterday. meteorologist bill karins will have more on that storm pushing east in just a moment. in florida, more wicked weather pounded pants of the state. golf ball sized hail rained down in orlando. the fast-moving storms overturned a small plane and toppled trees on to roads and homes. at one point, leaving some 70,000 homes without power. >>> in california, part of highway 101 has been closed to traffic after heavy rains triggered a mudslide in the northern part of the state. much of the road was heavily damaged, crumbled under the weight of tons of mud and rock. one school district in the area has canceleded classes for the rest of the week due to transportation and food delivery concerns. >>> and in missouri, the spring snow didn't stop one couple from tying the knot on their field of dreams. the two lifelong cardinals fans has always planned to wed in busch stadium
the offer doesn't go far enough. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in california, approximately 1 million fish turned up dead in the king harbor marina, creating a smorgasbord of sardines for pelicans and sea gulls as well as a mysterious mess for officials. the cause of death is unknown, but all indications point to suffocation due to lack of oxygen in the water. that's pretty gross. >>> also in california, high winds may have caused a huge eucalyptus tree to blow over on to a home. wind gusts blew through los angeles at the time the tree came down. it took out part of the home and nearly crushed one man inside. the 59-year-old was hospitalized with minor injuries. >>> in washington, a dog trainer has been branded a hero for saving one of his canine students after she stopped breathing. the trainer jumped into action when the dog went into a seizure. he performed cpr. shortly after, the dog began to breathe on its own. >>> finally, in loose, a rowdy bunch of resolvers wrapped up mardi gras on a high note. they turned new orleans into party central
are god's punishment for america tolerating gays. >> we're back to the basic proposition. the soldiers are dying for the sins of this nation. >> reporter: the phelps and their tiny westboro baptist church picketed the funeral of u.s. marine matthew snider, killed in iraq in 2006. snyder's father sued. >> i think it's an insult to every veteran out there that has served this country. >> reporter: the supreme court ruled the phelps are protected by the first amendment, right to free speech. chief justice roberts wrote for the majority. westboro may have chosen the picket location to increase publicity for its views and its speech may have been particularly hurtful to snyder. that does not mean that its speech should be afforded less than full first amendment protection. eight of the nine justices agreed. >> liberals and conservatives have united in this, on the side of free speech. >> reporter: justice samuel alito dissented, saying the phelps intentionally inflicted pain on the snyders. our commitment to free debate is not a license for an attack on matthew and his family at a time of a
at other stories making news early today in america. in texas, a suspected burglar scene went horribly wrong when he got stuck trying to break into a vacant home through the chimney. police came to his rescue after neighbors heard screams for help. firefighters used a crane to free the suspect before turning him over to police. >>> in california, protesters went to great height toes make a statement. chained together, they occupied a fourth floor ledge of a university of california berkeley building to protest university of berkeley budget cuts. it ended peacefully with a group of students coming down after speaking with campus leaders. all eight recall cited for trespa trespassing. >>> in new york, a teacher has add some bounce in the classroom. she's removed the students' chairs and replaced them with stability ball peps the change has not only helped the children concentrate on their lessons, but it's said to help increase muscle necessary core areas that increase posture. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weathe
making news early today in america. in alabama, several surveillance cameras captured the power of a tornado 80s touched down and swept through the southwest part of the state. the twister was over in a matter of seconds, but not before slamming the town of theodore with 120-mile-per-hour winds causing widespread destruction. >>> in utah, residents who use their home as a junk yard beware, a crew is tackling the issue of hoarding. the crew is made up of three police officers who make their job to tackle a city ordinance aimed at community pride. the ordinance focuses primarily on junk accumulated outside homes. >>> timely in grnl, the town of monroe has a new celebrity in its midst. bess was recognized as the genuine book of world records as the oldest person during the world. born on august 26th, 1896, best is a very lively and lovely 114 years old. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, let's get right to meteorologist ginger zee from wmaq nbc 5 in chicago. she has your forecast. obviously, ginger, we are watching that tsunami warning. >> yes. and the tsunam
in wisconsin. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in california launching a $224 million satellite to study the earth's climate has ended in failure rsh a protective cover caused a drag on the rocket when it failed to separate. a similar mishap took place in 2009 when a satellite didn't have the speed to reach orbit and plummeted into the ocean. in texas, a suspected burglar scene went horribly wrong when he got stuck trying to break into a vacant home through the chimney. police came to his rescue after neighbors heard screams for help. firefighters used a crane to free the suspect before turning him over to police. >>> in new york, a teacher has add some bounce in the classroom. she's removed the students' chairs and replaced them with stability balls. the change has not only helped the children concentrate on their lessons, but it's said to help increase muscle necessary core areas that increase posture. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. he is doing
in washington, thank you. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in florida wab dolphin gave sight seers an up and close personal encounter when it leaped out of the water and on to a charter boat. it took the a crew of ten men with the aid of towels and ropes to lift the dolphin out of the vessel and back into the water. one woman on board suffered an ankle sprain. no other injuries were reported. >>>. >> georgia, two young girls set up a sidewalk studio for a good cause. moved by the devastation and destruction caused by the tsunami in japan and wanting to do their part to help relief efforts, they sold their preschool artwork raising $263 for donations to the red cross. finally, in idaho, one father gave his daughter a surprise visit that she'll no doubt the remember for years to come. the navy serviceman showed up at her school after hurn returning from a year long deployment to afghanistan. that's great for them. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. good morning
in america. in colorado, two men trying to rob a store got a big surprise. video shows clerk lunging for the gun and wrestles him to the floor. clerk escorts suspect out of the store with a pellet gun. in texas, one person was killed when a truck collided on a highw highway. the truck was going on the wrong way on the highway. in florida, stunt plane fell from the sky. pilot was performing a routine maneuver when the plane crashed. and in michigan, one school had the day off but not because of snow. drivers arrived early monday morning to find a fleet of flat tires. so far, no word on who let the air out of more than 50 school bus buss. and now for a look at your national and regional weather. bill, i don't know maybe we shouldn't be giving the kids any ideas. >> that is a bad prank. that one is going to cost a lot of money and let's chat about the forecast. it is cold across the country. as we end the month of march, heading and look towards april, the windchills are below freezing. we are above in the pacific northwest. rain, worse than what they are dealing with in other areas. wh
stories making news early today in america. in florida, last night a major fire erupted in a fuel tank parked at miami international airport, just unbelievable flames there. it took significant manpower to put out the blaze. approximately 20 crews were on scene battling those flames. at this time it's unclear how the fire started or if it will cause flight delays. >>> in texas, an accident between an 18-wheeler and a car left the big rig dangling over the side of an elevated ramp. using a fire truck ladder, a rescue crew managed to safely pull the truck driver from the cab. crews are working to see if anyone is trapped in the car under the rig. the wreck is expected to create a nightmare for morning commute drivers. >>> in pennsylvania, severe storm system delivered a one-two punch of wild weather in some locations. golf ball sized hail pummeled various areas while a tornado touched down in the western part of the state, tearing the roofs off several homes and businesses. officials say no serious injuries have been reported. >>> and finally in minnesota, wind gusts of 50 miles per hour
's a look at some other stories making news early today in america. >>> in washington a natural gas explosion earlier this week was caught on cell phone camera. investigators say the eruption of flames was sparked by a fire at a bus fueling island inside a local transportation headquarters. firefighters gained control of the fire within an hour. >>> in massachusetts a store clerk turned the table on a would-be robber's attempt to hold up her store. after being threatened with a knife, she struck back with a weapon of her own and chased the suspect out of the store. the store clerk says she was afraid, but acted on instinct. police have not yet made an arrest. >>> in kentucky a driver who swerved his truck to avoid a deer instead ran into a river. miraculously he was able to survive byç scrambling out of s car before it washed over a dam. the driver was treated for only minor injuries. sfwlirchlgts and, finally, in "new york times" square is the back drop for five new pieces of art. the sculptures range in size and style and include a super sized rodent. one resembling bubbling sea
news early today in america. home video from a viewer in oregon shows boats tossed around as if they were toys. brookings harbor port was broken apart. officials say the damage ranged from $10 million to $13 million. a disaster assessment team has visited the area to determine if it's eligible for federal relief. >>> military units from across the nation headed to the hoosier state to take part in moch nuclear disaster drills. the dooms day scenario called for an emergency response to a nuclear explosion, which collapsed buildings, search and rescue, as well as decontamination. organizers say preparation is even more essential in light of the current situation in japan. >>> finally, a virginia search and rescue team is on the ground in japan. the fairfax county based crew was deployed to the city of ofunato in the wake of the tsunami. they along with a crew from los angeles have recovered several remains and are still searching through the debris. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel foreca
. on the down side, financials fell after the federal reserve rejected bank of america's plan to increase its dividend because it failed to pass the fed's stress tests. another drag on the day, sales of new homes plunged 17% in february to the lowest on record. more fallout from japan's disasters. toyota says a shortage of japanese made parts will likely impact production at one or more of its north american plants. keep an eye on research in motion. the blackberrymaker reports earnings after the bell. >>> finally, here is one movie you probably won't be renting anytime soon. yesterday a modern art festival in helsinki was set to screen what it believes is the world's longest film with a running time of 240 hours. that means they will still be screening it this time next week. thanks but no thanks. >>> coming up, the magic cast a spell over the knicks, the grizzlies gobble the shamrocks and some last-second heroics for the ducks. >>> plus, detroit looks to quench the heat. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> the storm system that brought wild weather to the ohio valley
here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in nevada, a courtroom camera captured a vegas woman lashing out at court officers after a judge remanded her into custody for evaluation by a mental health professional. the defendant became so combative after the judge told her the process could take up to two weeks. the woman is currently jailed on child endangerment and kidnapping charges. >>> in california a ruptured storm drain transformed a street into a raging river. the muddy water forced the evacuation of a mobile home park and floolded nearby businesses and cars. officials were able to get the water under control but not before it caused major damage to some structures. >>> and in iowa, a newborn baby has already mastered the art of making a big different. look at her. katelyn was born weighing a whooping 13 pounds 4 ounces. but her size wasn't a huge surprise to her parents. before giving birth, doctors informed her mom she would be at least 11 pounds and the decision was made to deliver her by c-section and as you can imagine the decision was welcomed
. >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. in florida, the world's most traveled spaceship ended its career with stellar stats, 148 million miles, 39 missions. nasa will shut down the shuttle program after "endeavour" and "atlantis" complete their final mission peps. >>> also in florida, employees at a fast food restaurant had on duck for cover when a customer became enraged after she thought someone spit in her food. she began throwing breakfast sandwiches and condiments. police later arrested her on assault charges. >>> finally, in north carolina, ralph the pelican is back in the u.s. after strong winds sent the bird off course, she spent the last six months in canada being rehabilitated. she's expected to be released into the wild early this summer. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is meteorologist ginger zee from chicago. she has your forecast. good morning, ginger. talk about a wild day yesterday. more expected today, as well, right? >> exactly. not only flooding, but storms, too. you have the storms you heard about earl
stories making news early today in america. in pennsylvania, one homeowner's spring cleaning became a much bigger job after a massive muddy water erupted from an old mine shaft. the mess occurred when an underground drainage pipe burst. the water was eventually redirected away from the home, but not before everybody in the basement was destroyed. in washington, d.c., mother nature used the sky over the nation's capital to put on a dazzling light show during the predawn hours. dramatic lightning proved to be just the opening act for a rough day of weather in the region. thunderstorms with heavy rain made the morning commute tough with more expected in the area over the next few days. >>> and finally, in florida, just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water, well, it actually is. despite a look at this video. a group of sight seers and a kayaker had nothing to worry about as a basking shark swam beneath. humans are never on the menu for the second largest shark in the world. they only eat plankton, although i'm not sure that would make me feel any better. >>> now for a look at
making news early today in america. in nevada, a courtroom camera captured a vegas woman lashing out at court officers after a judge remanded her into custody for evaluation by a mental health professional. the defendant became combative after the judge told her the process could take up to two weeks. the woman is currently in jail on child endangerment and kidnapping charges. >>> in tennessee, a clean up is under way after a tornado carved a path in the north central part of the state. the national weather service has put a team on the ground to survey the damaged areas. no life threatening injuries were reported. >>> in iowa, a newborn baby has already mastered the art of making a big difference. katelyn was born weighing a whooping 13 pounds 4 ounces. but her size wasn't a huge surprise to her parents. before giving birth, doctors inform her that she would be at least 11 pounds and the decision was made to deliver the baby c-section, a decision the mom was happy they made. what a doll. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins
in america. in utah, rescuers pulled seven skiers off an isolated mountain after an avalanche buried them. a 26-year-old man who rescuers reached last died in the hospital on sunday afternoon. >>> scary moments in pennsylvania yesterday morning when a car crashed into the front of a church. police say the 76-year-old driver lost control of his vehicle before plowing into one of the building's pillars. several people inside were hit with flying glass. fortunately no one was seriously injured. >>> some folks in maine this weekend putting together what they claim was the world's largest whoopie pie. it tipped the scales at a whooping 1062 pounds. and check this out, an even more staggering 2 million calories. the creators are pushing for the chocolate and cream concoction to become the state's official treat. >>> and in the nation's capital, frigid temperatures and a dusting of that white stuff didn't keep crowds away from the national cherry blossom festival. the famed pink and white petals will still be at their prime this week despite the short lived layer of snow. >>> now for a look at y
, >>> now here's a look at other stories making news early today in america. >>> a school bus driver grabbed a 6-year-old by her book bag and threw her down. no charges have been filed against the driver, but he is no longer working for the school district. >>> in texas, one mom probably hopes it will be a long time before her son visits his birthplace. she was in labor and wasn't going to make it to the hospital. so a 911 operator told her husband to pull over right where they were. it turned out they were in the parking lot of a strip club. moments after the ambulance arrived, mom and dad welcomed a healthy baby boy. >>> in nevada, the sheriff celebrated 150 years of history the cowboy way. he rode into work on horseback to commemorate the creation of the nevada territory in 1851. he also paid homage to the county's first lawman who helped establish law and order in the territory that later became the 36th state. >>> now for a look at your national and regional weather, here is nbc meteorologist bill karins with the weather channel forecast. in celebration of this, bill, with i will requir
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